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The Huskies are 6-0 in the Tri-Valley Conference and shows no signs of slowing; girls golf nabs low scores


After going 6-4 through the nonleague portion of the regular season and having a slew of cancellations from April 8-13, North Marion has ripped off six straight league wins over the Tri-Valley Conference opposition.

On Monday, April 18, the Huskies defeated Madras 7-4, and on Friday, April 22, they defeated Estacada in a doubleheader first 6-1 and then 8-3. In the first game against Estacada, North Marion gave up a run in the first inning and then none after that. At the top of the order for the Huskies, senior catcher Evan Holman and Carter Reilly notched two runs apiece in their four plate appearances. Ethan Wampole and junior Rex DeAngelis had a pair of RBIs apiece.

Hunter Hansen had eight strikeouts in that game.

In the second matchup against Estacada, Emilio Estrada and DeAngelis had a pair of runs and Hunter Hansen had a pair of RBIs.

North Marion is now 12-4 for the season and the No. 2-ranked team in the state at 4A. The Huskies have a pair of games against Gladstone (11-5) before finishing the week playing Corbett (0-8) on Friday.


After starting the season 4-1, North Marion has slipped to 4-7 overall and 0-4 in the Tri-Valley Conference. The Huskies have lost the last six games in blowout fashion to Tillamook, Stayton, Madras (twice) and Estacada (twice). North Marion (4-7) will look to right ship against Gladstone (4-9) on Monday, April 25.

Track and field

North Marion hosted Estacada, Molalla and Madras on Wednesday, April 20. The boys and girls teams placed second and third with point totals of 40 and 38 respectively.

The boys team saw a few of its athletes take first place. Senior Thomas Bonser took first place in the 3,000 meters with a time of 10 minutes, 43.41 seconds (10:43.41). In the pole vault, senior Caedyn Laninga took first place with a height of 11 feet. Senior Tony Lewis won a pair of events in the long jump and triple jump, leaping distances of 18 feet and 38 feet, 6 inches, respectively.

On the girls team, sophomore Domnikka Lyon won the 200-meters with a time of 30.60 seconds and freshman Fia Swanson won the 400-meter race with a time of 1:06.37. Sophomore Kenley Doubrava won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 18.18 seconds, a new personal best. Doubrava also was a part of the winning 4x400-meter relay team, along with freshman Chloe Comerford, freshman Kaiden Russell and Swanson. In the long jump, senior Jaedyn Bryan won with a leap of 15 feet, 2.5 inches.

For full results, visit The Huskies are set to compete at Sherwood High School against Sherwood, Century, Gladstone and Southwest Christian on Wednesday, April 27.

Girls tennis

North Marion faced off against Sisters on Thursday, April 21, and wound up on the wrong side of a 5-3 defeat. Sister's won the first three singles matches and North Marion won two of the doubles matches.

Boys golf

North Marion competed at the Crooked River Ranch Golf Course on April 21 at the White Buffalo Invitational and came in second place against league foes Madras and Molalla with a group score of 404 strokes across five golfers.

Across 18 holes, North Marion's Jack Brewer was the low scorer for the team with 84 strokes, the second fewest of any of the golfers who played 18 holes. Kohl Kaiser was not much further behind him with 92 strokes, and Charlie Medina, Dylan Herron and Gavin Johnson recorded scores of 110, 118, and 126, respectively.

Girls golf

Also competing at the White Buffalo Invitational were a pair of North Marion girl golfers. Mallory Patzer and Vivian McCullough recorded the lowest scores of the day against Madras and Molalla competition with 111 and 114, respectively.

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